A total of 50 nonfiction feature films and 95 shorts from around the world will play.
A quick guide to some upcoming events in Missoula in the coming week.
As University of Montana graduate J.K. Simmons asks at the disastrous end of “Burn After Reading," his face scrunched up in befuddlement as he…
Here's the lineup for the final day of the all-virtual Big Sky Documentary Film Festival.
Director Ann Kaneko’s film, “Manzanar, Diverted,” takes viewers to valley north of Los Angeles and tells its story from many vantage points.
The award winners for the 18th annual, all-virtual Big Sky Documentary Film Festival were announced on Thursday night.
Here's a quick guide to some arts and cultural events happening around Missoula this week.
Here are the highlights for Thursday at the all-virtual Big Sky Documentary Film Festival.
Here are the highlights at the all-virtual Big Sky Documentary Film Festival for Wednesday.
Here's some highlights for Tuesday at the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival.
Here are Monday's highlights from the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival.
Here are Sunday's highlights at the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival.
Rodney Stotts is a master falconer. As he describes it, he has the right to possess, own, trap and train birds of prey.
The film opens with ominous music, the unimaginable grief of an entire community and the woman trying to hold them all together.
The all-virtual Big Sky Documentary Film Festival is online Feb. 19-28. See accompanying box for information.
The opening film at the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival introduces viewers to Cuban surfers who want to legitimize their sport.
The Big Sky Documentary Film Festival rolled out its 2021 lineup Friday, with 27 features and 50 short films that will screen virtually Feb. 19-28.
The pandemic presents unique challenges to documentary filmmaking. Here are three examples of how Missoula filmmakers are forging ahead.
Everything is on hold in Missoula's arts community, part of a voluntary lockdown to prevent the spread of coronavirus, putting health over income.
“By lifting the size restrictions, it really opened it up to more artists being able to submit and I think it gave us the best show that we’ve ever had,” said ZACC Executive Director Kia Liszak.